In the 10th edition of my Perfect 10 webcast I explain how and why to build a test lab so you can get to deploying those products you downloaded today. You did download them right?
I was asked recently to share the slides for all these Perfect10 presentations and to be honest I hadn’t thought of it but it’s a good idea so I’ll be sharing them all this week.
Next up: Let’s Talk Domino v10 & Admin
In this 9th edition of my #Perfect10 webcast we discuss how to estimate downtime and work effort for your upgrade.
Next up – Admin & TCO Features (maybe a quick one early next week on Building A Test Environment) 🙂
In this 8th episode of my #Perfect10 webcast I look at why understanding priorities and dependencies are an important part of planning an upgrade.
Next Up: Estimating Work Effort & Downtime
In the 7th of my Perfect10 webcasts I jump ahead to “What Can I Do In Advance” to talk about Beta testing. Beta versions of the v10 products are due this summer in a publicly available release so now is the time to start planning what you will do.
Next Up: Upgrade Priorities and Dependencies
In this 6th episode of my #Perfect10 webcast I look at how to identify any performance issues in your Sametime, iNotes, Verse on Premises or Traveler environments prior to upgrade.
Next Up: Preparing for Beta Testing
In this 5th episode of my #Perfect10 webcast I look at how to identify any performance issues in your Domino environment prior to upgrade. Assuming most people will be doing an in place upgrade, we want to resolve or at minimum document any existing issues before starting
In this 4th webcast in my #Perfect10 series I discuss system requirements for v10 of Domino, Sametime and Traveler. Yes I know we don’t know those yet and we don’t even have the beta but we do know some things that are coming and more importantly this is something you should do before any major upgrade regardless. If we want an upgrade to be successful we don’t want it dragged down by old or outdated architecture and operating systems.
It runs a little bit longer than I like at 19 minutes I had a lot of information to cram in. I’m sure you can speed me up to 1.5x if you want to save a few minutes 🙂 As always if you have any feedback or would like me to do a webcast on a specific aspect please let me know.